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Journal Title: Language Teaching
Volume/Issue:   45 / 1
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: Review of doctoral research in English language education in the Philippines, Singapore and Malaysia (2007–2010)
by Rani Rubdy, T. Ruanni F. Tupas, Corazon D. Villareal, Maya Khemlani David, Francisco Perlas Dumanig
pp 64-88

A systematic review of CALL in English as a second language: Focus on primary and secondary education
by Ernesto Macaro, Zoe Louise Handley, Catherine Walter
pp 1-43

Meaningful literacy: Writing poetry in the language classroom
by David Ian Hanauer
pp 105-115

Language acquisition without an acquisition device
by William O'Grady
pp 116-130

Home language: Refuge, resistance, resource?
by Mary McGroarty
pp 89-104

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): English
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